Mekong’s Can Tho. By Day.

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Vietnam. The next morning I drank in some of the images by early light. The area is rural, rich with traders of fresh fruit and goods, scooters, bicycles and beautiful people in conical hats. Yet the main road offered modern boutiques and electronic gadgets, next to fruit and flower traders. The mix was magical. The buildings. Structures. Style. Wiring.

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And the people – who seem to be working and trading and moving constantly. Stopping for a bite to eat before continuing with their day. Below are some of the sights that greeted me first thing – a perfect depiction of Vietnam living. Good morning Vietnam!

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Taking a much deserved break.

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Gloves and arm covers popular protection from the sun. Below a tools and spares stall, loved it!

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Water, life. How grateful I am that at home I open the tap and drink pure beautiful water. Over here its all in bought in bottles.

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A music shop I found for my music lovers.

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